San Francisco Police Make Arrest in Firearms, Explosives Investigation

San Francisco Police Make Arrest in Firearms, Explosives Investigation

Someone fired a shot on February 21 on Stillman Street. Apparently a 42-year-old male was attempting to repossess a vehicle and heard the shot fired.

When the victim turned around he saw the suspect holding a gun, and a bullet hole in the driver’s side door of the 2017 Mercedes he was attempting to repossess.

The shooter retrieved items out of the car and then went inside his residence. From there the victim next saw the suspect pointing an assault rifle toward him.

The victim then “disconnected the vehicle, fled the area and called 911.”

Officers impounded the Mercedes but were unable to find the shooter.

Two days later “SFPD investigators from the Crime Gun Investigations Center (CGIC) and Gang Task Force (GTF), along with special agents from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) responded to the suspect’s residence to arrest the suspect and serve a search warrant.”

31-year-old Cameron Ybarra came out but resisted the officers. After struggling with him, officers took him into custody, with a handgun in his waistband.

Inside the suspect’s house investigators found an assault rifle, ammunition, bosy armor, a silencer, bomb making materials and other things.

An explosives’ device was also taken out of the residence after evacuating the apartment building.

Ybarra was booked for carrying a concealed weapon, possession of ammunition by a prohibited person, negligent discharge of a firearm, possession of a silencer, assault with a deadly weapon, possession of an explosive device and resisting arrest.

“Ybarra is on probation for a prior burglary arrest. He also has an open case in San Francisco Superior Court for a September 2019 incident in which he violently resisted arrest causing serious injury to an SFPD officer. That officer has yet to return to full duty.”

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